North Korea: Our missile launches helped train for missions at any time

Israel National News reports: “North Korea said on Wednesday its latest missile launches were a military drill designed to train crews to carry out their mission at any time and ‘annihilate the enemy’ if necessary, Reuters reported, citing the country’s state media KCNA.

With the statement, the North confirmed South Korea’s report that it fired the two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast on Tuesday.

The launch was a ‘demonstration drill’ and saw two surface-to-surface tactical ballistic missiles fired from near the west coast in South Hwanghae province, flying some 611 kilometers over the country before hitting a target on a small island off the east coast, the KCNA report confirmed.

‘Saying that they will surely annihilate the enemy if they fight it, the commander of the unit resolved to thoroughly have the ability to fully carry out its duty of fire assault any time by further intensifying the training of every fire assault company,’ KCNA reported…”

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